Tipperary house prices to rise 2.9% in 2019 – REA survey

The price of the average three-bed semi in County Tipperary is expected to rise by 2.9% in the next 12 months, according to a survey carried out by Real Estate Alliance. Prices in the county rose by 7.8% to €163,125 in 2018 – with no change between September and December. The REA Average House Price […]

Tipp Punter Transforms €5 EW Accum Into €5,869 Profit

A Tipperary native kickstarted their new year with a tasty profit thanks to their savvy racing accumulator on Thursday. The customer intuitively placed a €5 each way accumulator, total stake €10, on selections across the cards at Chelmsford, Southwell and Leicester. The selections consisted of New Millennium at 5/1 in the 12.35 at Leicester, The […]

Upcoming Events at Nenagh Arts Centre

Introduction to Mask in Theatrical Performance by Simon Thompson – Saturday 19th January, 11am – 1pm, Tickets: FREE (Booking is essential) As part of his Artistic Residency at Nenagh Arts Centre in January, Simon will facilitate a 2 hour workshop where you will work with a variety of theatrical masks through games, improvisation and scenarios. […]

Resilient Performance by Irish Food & Drink Exports in 2018, Creed

Food exports to the UK grow despite continued uncertainty Irish butter sales surpass €1 billion for the first time Despite a year of unprecedented global volatility, involving political uncertainty, extreme weather events and continuing currency fluctuations impacting competitiveness, the value of Irish food, drink and horticulture exports reached €12.1 billion in 2018, down just 4 […]

Search To Find 2019 Texaco Childrens Art Competition Winners Launched

The search to find the young artists who will excel in this year’s Texaco Children’s Art Competition has begun. Now in its 65th year, it is widely acknowledged as the longest running arts sponsorship in Ireland. The closing date for entries is Thursday, 28th February 2019 with judging to take place in March. Winners will […]

Farmers Facing Armageddon From Brexit – Minister Has To Get Commission Support Immediately

IFA President Joe Healy said that Irish farmers are already bearing the brunt of the impending Brexit through disastrous beef prices. “Minister Creed needs to put on the green jersey and tog out, right now, for Irish farmers who are facing a potential Armageddon from Brexit,” he said. Along with price supports, Joe Healy said the […]

Welcome for funding announcement for new Blueway access in Newcastle village – McGrath, Lonergan and Molloy

Independent representatives Deputy Mattie McGrath, Mayor Cllr. Richie Molloy and Deputy Mayor Cllr. Martin Lonergan have warmly welcomed the announcement by Minister of State for Community and Rural Development, Michael Ring TD that a further allocation of €156,000 will be allocated towards the River Suir Blueway Canoe Trail which will hopefully directly link Newcastle Village […]

Tipp based Ryans Cleaning to feature as part of the RTÉ One Day documentary series this January

Tipperary company Ryans Cleaning will feature in an RTÉ One Day documentary titled One Day: How Ireland Cleans Up which will air on RTÉ 1 at 9.35pm on Monday, 14th of January. The One Day documentary series goes behind the scenes to examine the complex network of services that are essential for life in Ireland […]

Tipp Students display innovation and creativity at Young Scientists Exhibition – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has described all of the Tipperary students who are taking part in the 3 day Young Scientist Exhibition at the RDS in Dublin as fantastic ambassadors for the county. Deputy McGrath was speaking after he visited the Tipperary School stands at the major annual educational and entrepreneurial event:   “Every year […]

Multi Award winning Irish Wild Life Documentary, The Silver Branch, at The Source Thurles

MULTI AWARD winning Irish Wild Life Documentary, The Silver Branch, which will be screening in the Source Arts Centre, Thurles Wed 23rd at 8pm   ‘The Silver Branch’ depicts the life and insights of the inimitable philosopher, poet, and fifth-generation farmer, Patrick McCormack, owner of ‘Fr Ted’s House’ in the beautiful, austere Burren. Through Patrick’s […]

« Previous PageNext Page »